Barry Silbert has announced that his Bitcoin Investment Trust went public on OTCQX exchange, thus becoming the first publicly traded bitcoin fund.
The U.S. Marshals Service put a set of 50,000 bitcoins, seized from the Silk Road, on sale.
Barry Silbert’s Bitcoin Investment Trust is becoming the first publicly traded Bitcoin Fund.
The U.S. Marshals Service has announced that a syndicate of investors organized by the trading division of SecondMarket and its Bitcoin Investment Trust won 48,000 of the 50,000 bitcoins recently auctioned by the service.
The US Marshals has inadvertently leaked a list of the potential participants in the Silk Road bitcoin auction that will be held on June 27th.
Bitcoin, the crypto-currency first appeared in 2009, stays strong, despite all frenzy surrounding it.